The following is an email that I wrote to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in response to an email from Joe Biden.
To the Obama Administration,
Not only do I hope you are right in predicting the Republicans using the midterm elections to strengthen their numbers, repeal health care reform and destroy President Obama, but I can't wait for that day to come. The sooner Barack "Hollywood" Obama is out of office, the better. Since his time in office he has done nothing to impress me, in fact he has done the exact opposite. I will admit I voted for Obama over John McCain back on November 4, 2008, willing to give the guy from Chicago a chance. What a mistake that was! I know he didn't only win by one vote, but I would feel a whole lot better about myself right now, had I elected to choose another candidate or not vote at all for that matter.
All I have heard about is Obama's health care reform bill and how historical it is going to be. They are right about it being historical, it is going to be the beginning of the end for our great country. The United States of America did not become what it is by living on hand-outs. Our great fore-father's have to be turning in their graves right about now. We have had tens of hundreds of thousands shed blood and tears for this country to provide us with the opportunity to be the free. Do you really think this new bill still gives us those same freedoms? Absolutely not! We are headed down a road that I don't want to be on.
Picture this for a moment. When I was a young child, one of the most frightening things happening at that time was the abduction of children. I'm certain you can remember being warned about people driving vans or warning your children about people driving vans. What I am talking about is kidnappers. Throughout my childhood I was told to run inside if I was out playing and saw a van drive past. Apparently the van was a popular kidnapping vehicle of the late seventies and into the eighties, so our parents would instill in us to be very skeptical of anyone driving a van, especially if they drove past in a slowed down speed. I rarely saw any vans during my childhood, but then again where I grew up I didn't see many cars at all.
Now that I am all grown up, I no longer worry about be kidnapped while I'm outside, I guess I never even think about it. Well, that same eerie feeling has came back that I remember from my childhood, only this time I can't run inside, I can't do anything about it except voice my opinion on how I feel. It just feels like after Obama's sheep voted to pass the most ridiculous bill our country has ever seen, there I was sitting in the back of a 1976 Ford Van, helpless, kicking and screaming, as the driver of the van (Barack Hussein Obama), sat there behind the wheel laughing his ass off as he sped down the street waiting to pick up the next victim.
We are all victims of what has been done to us by our own government. We are no longer the land of the free and brave, but more the land of rewarding the lazy and taking from the hard-working Americans. The same type of Americans that built our country. Do you really think the United States could have become what it is by treating everyone equal and giving away everything for free? Grow up, and face life head on. There are going to be winners and there are going to be losers. I like to think of it as "survival of the fittest." If you rally truly believe that what you are doing is going to better this country, then I hope to God that your prediction of the midterm elections is very true.